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- Wheelchair accessibility
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... church on the main square unfortunately a portable Ferris wheel had been installed for the Christmas season right in front of it. The guide said we wouldn't want to take picture of the anyway since the towers where covered with scaffolding
We had time to also admire the belfry tower on the other side of the tower.
about 30min in the bus to us to Bruges
We had about 3hrs allocated and could have stayed ...
... back towards Delirium to find some lunch as there are lots of restaurants in that area, and went for the €12 for 3 courses deal being offered in a very traditionally decorated restaurant. I finally had my moules frites and everyone came out feeling full (except Juliet who just had a crepe). Having originally planned to go to Delirium from there we decided to head to the Christmas market instead so that we could warm up in Delirium afterwards. While there we found a ...
... stripes are arranged in different directions, with the vertical stripes belonging to the Belgian flag. The national flags for France and Luxembourg are basically the same, but the blue color is darker for the French one.
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... tiny! I could drink a 2L but I get served a 0.5L glass. It's crazy. Also I went to the toilet and there was an old lady. Thank goodness I didn't have to pay. I think they put her there so you feel guilty and pay. Anyways we left and headed home but on our way we heard a band playing. The summer festival in Brussels just started and you had to pay. We watched a bit from the outside and then went home. We got home and had to search for accommodation. Amsterdam is so expensive. ...
... on the ground and it looked very pretty indeed. More walking and exploring this pretty city on Sunday, tasting some beer, eating the famous mussels and chips and tasting chocolates of course.
Then hop back onto the train on Sunday evening for a quick 2 hours across the land and under the water. Arrived at St Pancras and in less than 1 hour I was back in my nice, heated, comfortable house in West Dulwich. Great weekend and Brussels is gorgeous!